A Windham Hill Wedding Album

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All Music Guide - Heather Phares
Windham Hill's A Windham Hill Wedding Album presents contemporary and classic wedding ceremony music as performed by the label's roster of artists. Paul McCandless' "Arioso," James Galway's "Canon," and Will Ackerman's "Processional" are among the tracks that offer more traditional wedding music, while Jim Brickman's "If You Believe," George Winston's "Loreta and Desiree's Bouquet," and the Turtle Island String Quartet's "Nocturne From String Quartet No. 2" have a more modern feel. Fortunately, both the more classically and more new age-inspired tracks blend well together, thanks to the musicians' like-minded approaches. Other highlights include Steve Erquiaga's ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Heather Phares
Windham Hill's A Windham Hill Wedding Album presents contemporary and classic wedding ceremony music as performed by the label's roster of artists. Paul McCandless' "Arioso," James Galway's "Canon," and Will Ackerman's "Processional" are among the tracks that offer more traditional wedding music, while Jim Brickman's "If You Believe," George Winston's "Loreta and Desiree's Bouquet," and the Turtle Island String Quartet's "Nocturne From String Quartet No. 2" have a more modern feel. Fortunately, both the more classically and more new age-inspired tracks blend well together, thanks to the musicians' like-minded approaches. Other highlights include Steve Erquiaga's "Nocturne in E Minor, Op. 72 No. 1," Tim Story's "Gymnopedie No. 1," and Liz Story's "Wedding Rain." Overall, A Windham Hill Wedding Album is a polished, slightly eclectic collection of music that is pretty enough to enhance a wedding without distracting too much from the day's big moments.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/1/2008
  • Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
  • UPC: 886972392424
  • Catalog Number: 723924

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Darol Anger Violin
Michael Manring Fretless Bass Guitar
The Modern Mandolin Quartet Ensemble
Liz Story Piano
Tim Story Synthesizer, Sampling Instruments
Steve Erquiaga Guitar (Nylon String)
Turtle Island String Quartet String Quartet
Glen Moore Acoustic Bass
James Galway Flute
Will Ackerman Guitar
Jim Brickman Piano
Kimberly Bryden Oboe
Steve Cardenas Guitar, Steel Guitar
John Georgiadis Conductor
Mike Marshall Acoustic Guitar
Paul McCandless English Horn, Keyboards, Oboe
Munich Radio Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Martha Reikow Cello
Richard Schönerz Synthesizer
Danny Seidenberg Viola
Tracy Silverman Violin, Keyboards, Electric Violin
Mark Summer Cello
George Winston Piano, Soloist
Bill Banovetz Oboe
Thea Suits-Silverman Flute
William Banovetz Oboe
Robert Ward French Horn
Technical Credits
Georges Bizet Composer
Alexander Borodin Composer
Charles Gounod Composer
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Composer
Johann Pachelbel Composer
Maurice Ravel Composer
Franz Schubert Composer
Liz Story Composer
Erik Satie Composer
Will Ackerman Composer
Dawn Atkinson Executive Producer
Johann Sebastian Bach Composer
Jim Brickman Composer
Frédéric Chopin Composer
John Imholz Contributor
Munich Radio Orchestra Contributor
Dana Rath Contributor
George Winston Composer
Ari Rios Mastering
Paul Carrol Binkley Contributor
Gerd George Cover Photo
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